Pitch update

This week's pitch news.

Cobra: creative review
Cobra: creative review

Delivery Hero, the international network of online food delivery services, has contacted London agencies about a pan-European brief to advertise its websites. The company, which owns sites including Hungryhouse.co.uk, is thought to have made the approaches via its Berlin headquarters.

BETC London, Creature London, M&C Saatchi and The Brooklyn Brothers have made the shortlist for the Tata Global Beverages brand Tetley. Dare, the incumbent, is not repitching. The review is being handled by Oystercatchers.

Molson Coors’ pitch for its Indian-themed Cobra brand has reached an interesting stage. The incumbent, Beattie McGuinness Bungay, is not repitching – but CHI & Partners, JWT, Karmarama and VCCP are all vying for the business.

Agencies are finding that the global advertising review for the luxury cosmetics company Crabtree & Evelyn is moving at a suitably smooth pace. After tissue meetings, three agencies have been selected to proceed to the pitch stage. Creativebrief is managing the process, and the competing shops can expect a result by the end of next week.

There have been some tasty media pitches recently, none more so than Burger King, which is now in its final stages. The incumbent, Initiative, is waiting for news alongside the challenger Starcom MediaVest Group. A result is expected imminently.


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